Super-sized Dice

Introduction: Super-sized Dice

This is a very easy super-sized dice you can make anytime to make a simple game more fun. You can use it when play board games, or use it whenever something requires a dice.

Supplies

The supplies for this craft are:

  • Cardboard
  • Scissors
  • Tape
  • A marker

Step 1: Make the Base

To make the base, cut cardboard in a shape of a "t". The sides of each individual square should be 2.5 inches. There should be 6 squares.

Step 2: Tape It Up

Now, make folds at each of the squares. Then, tape it all up. If the tape isn't strong enough, then use hot glue.

Step 3: Label the Sides

Label the sides with dots from 1-6, and now you're done! Play with this anytime you need to use a dice.

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    3 Comments

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    puppeterry
    puppeterry

    1 year ago

    If 139800 won't tell you....The "secret" is, each pair of opposite sides adds up to 7. 1 & 6, 2 & 5, 3 & 4. It comes in handy for magic tricks and bar bets. Each pair of dice means one part of the pair is a "die." Don't worry. It isn't a big deal. Besides, a giant die is a great idea for those of us who received the "clumsy gene" in our DNA. Easier to hold, and harder to lose. Nice, clear Instructable. Good luck. look for my Colossal Covid Pinata in the competition.

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    W-C123
    W-C123

    Reply 1 year ago

    Thank you so much for the information! I didn't know this trick. Yes, I made the giant die so it would be easier to to not lose the die during board games and other activities. I will definitely vote for your Colossal Covid Pinata in the cotest, it looks amazing! Good luck and thanks.

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    139800
    139800

    1 year ago on Step 3

    u kno that there's a designated way for you to draw on the dots, don't u